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PSHE & Healthy schools Network Meeting - June 2017

Public Health Resource Centre

The Public Health Resource Centre (PHRC) offers support to anyone in Leeds with a responsibility or professional interest in public health or promoting health and wellbeing.

 We welcome users from a wide range of disciplines, including health, education, the local authority, social services, emergency services, prisons, and the voluntary, community and private sectors. However, we are not open to the general public.

The PHRC aims to provide the best possible information, resources and services, to help improve the health of people in Leeds and beyond.

If you would like to get in touch please email us: phrc@leeds.gov.uk

Leeds Schools Library Service

Leeds Schools Library Service (SLS) provides the best available resources direct to Leeds schools to underpin the curriculum, and inspire reading for pleasure in pupils and staff, raising attainment throughout the school.

Schools outside the Leeds boundary should contact us direct if you are interested in subscribing to our Service.

Our order pack and order forms for the academic year September 2017 – August 2018 are available to download here

For further information on the service contact  Kirsty.fenn@leeds.gov.uk

The Vine Child Contact Centre

The Vine is a charity that exists to serve the people of Leeds and the surrounding area. Our vision is a vibrant, thriving city where the people we work with fulfil their personal, social, economic and spiritual potential. As a charity we are committed to joining in with the vision for Leeds and building bridges into our communities.

The Child Contact Centre is a safe, friendly and neutral place where children of separated parents can meet their non-resident parent or family member. The centre aims to help children whose parents have separated and where there is no reasonable alternative way for them to spend time with them. It is a child friendly environment, with toys, games, books and other facilities available. The Child Contact Centre meets at Headingley Methodist Church Hall, Chapel Street, Headingley, Leeds, LS6 3HZ.

For more information on the service email: info@thevineleeds.org

To view the two you tube clips shown at the meeting click below

Lost Parents Campaign https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=2ztlSzCbZvo&feature=youtu.be

Listen to the Children https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=n3aMy4C5PII

One Day Creative

One Day is a fresh and forward-thinking Creative Education Company, connecting children and learning with creativity and imagination. Our innovative approach to education is the perfect companion for schools looking to enrich the curriculum and complement classroom teaching.

In our experience, children have very different and unique ways of learning and we believe that these individual learning styles should be nurtured and encouraged. Placing children in an environment where they can thrive and feel confident, often leads to successful and happy learning. Our menu of workshops caters for creative learning throughout all Key Stages using Drama, Music, Dance, Fitness and Play.

To find out more about One Day Creative click on the following link

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=yF8LH0cPDDU

To contact One Day Creative click here : http://onedaycreative.com/get-in-touch/

West Yorkshire Combined Authority Leeds City Region Enterprise Partnership (LEP) 

Summary of Programme delivered in schools (predominantly secondary)

  • Our Enterprise Adviser programme is part of a national network co-funded by LEPs and The Careers & Enterprise Company. The aim is to create powerful, long-lasting connections between businesses, schools and young people to support the future growth of the region.
  • Business volunteers (Enterprise Advisers) provide strategic support and work with senior leaders in school to shape their careers, enterprise and employer engagement strategies.
  • In the Leeds City Region (LCR), we have over 100 Enterprise Advisers and 130 secondary schools engaged with our programme. All are fully supported by Enterprise Coordinators who are employed by the West Yorkshire Combined Authority
  • Evidence shows that 4 or more employer encounters means young people are less likely to become NEET and more likely to secure better jobs.  Since September 2016, we have created 13,830 encounters for young people in our region through the network.
  • Looking forward, we will engage with more schools, businesses and develop an ‘enhanced’ model to build on our Inclusive Growth work to target pupils from disadvantaged backgrounds to access 4 or more employer encounters a year. 

#techgoals

  • #techgoals is part of the Leeds City Region Enterprise Partnership's commitment to prepare young people with the skills and knowledge to enter the job market. Digital industries alone account for 23,000 jobs and generate over £671 million for the City Region’s economy. #techgoals is unique to the Leeds City Region and the first of its kind in the UK. It offers development opportunities for teachers and provides a wide range of curricular and extracurricular resources to help young people develop their digital skills for the range of exciting careers opportunities that exist across the City Region. 

The Shape Your Future resource/booklet can be found here alongside posters representing each industry/sector for display purposes.

For more information contact Joshua.Cliff@westyorks-ca.gov.uk or Becky.Collier@westyorks-ca.gov.uk

Teenage Cancer Trust - Why does teenage cancer matter?

In the UK, an average of 2500 young people are diagnosed with cancer every year and this figure is constantly rising.

For many of these young people, their cancer diagnosis will have been delayed, often because young people fail to recognise serious symptoms and therefore avoid seeking help.

What is available?

Teenage Cancer Trust’s FREE education and awareness programme lasts the length of one school period and is ideally delivered to year 10 students.

What is covered in the session?

The presentation covers a range of different points including:

•             What cancer is

•             Common Signs and Symptoms

•             The impact of cancer on a young person

•             Types of Treatment

•             Healthy Living

If you would like more information or if you are happy to go ahead and book please contact Roger on 07718 424397 or email roger.lennon@teenagecancertrust.org

Further information can be found by clicking on the link Teenage Cancer Trust

Betty for Schools

Providing FREE interactive resources to encourage open and honest conversations about periods

We are delighted to offer schools our free, digital-led resources, including teacher notes, online interactives and films to help tackle period education. We’re also offering a limited number of schools a visit from the betty bus.

This exciting and completely FREE opportunity provides teachers with engaging in-class lessons that are simple and easy to deliver, followed by an exclusive visit from the betty bus. The bus offers experiential activities and guided discovery for girls and boys in KS2 and KS3.

Getting involved couldn’t be simpler! For more information click on the link Betty for Schools

LSCB – Missing Young People Campaign

The aim of the "Missing Children - Running away isn't the answer" campaign is to prevent children considering running away from home to reconsider.

You can help promote our campaign by displaying our campaign banner on your website or printing and displaying the campaign posters. You can also support the campaign via social media or Twitter @LeedsLSCB or Facebook using #Runningaway

For more information visit the website:

https://www.leedslscb.org.uk/Practitioners/Support-our-campaigns/Running-Away

The Children’s Society – CSE Resources for Gypsy Roma, Traveller communities

As part of an initiative in West Yorkshire, we've been looking at how Gypsy, Roma and Traveller communities can keep their young people safe from child sexual exploitation.

It explored the barriers to engagement through traditional agencies and support systems and examined what was needed to ensure that young people from these communities, their parents and carers were aware and informed.

As a result of this, a range of resources were produced to support communities and professionals and carers working with them. These included an animation which was the idea of a group of young people working on the project; an accompanying workbook; and some posters and leaflets translated into the main community languages of Romanian and Slovak.

The initiative has now come to an end but the resources remain available to all those who would like to make use of them. Click on the link for more information.

https://www.childrenssociety.org.uk/what-we-do/helping-children/gypsy-roma-traveller-children-cse-resources

Anti-bullying Alliance - Film Competition

Could your school make the official Anti-Bullying Week 2017 film? We know what incredible film makers our students and teachers are. We need your help to make the official film for Anti-Bullying Week 2017. Last year's films had over 33,000 views on YouTube and in 2015 we had over 60,000 views. They are also used throughout our lessons plans and assemblies for the week. We are partnering with SafeToNet's new app SafeToTalk.

To find out more click on the link https://www.anti-bullyingalliance.org.uk/anti-bullying-week-all-different-all-equal/film-competition

 Health Watch – Youth Watch

Youth Watch Leeds (part of HealthWatch Leeds) are offering a FREE session to years 6 and above about young people’s rights when accessing health services. The session is co-facilitated by young volunteers from YouthWatch and a worker from Healthwatch Leeds, and lasts approximately 1 hour.

By the end of the session, young people should be able to:

  • Know their rights in the NHS
  • Be able to use those rights to determine whether they receive good or bad care
  • Know what to do if they don’t feel their rights were met or they got bad care

For more information click on the link  Youth watch

Leeds Let’s Be Food Smart Newsletter – May 2017

For the latest updates please click on the link Leeds Lets Be Food Smart Newsletter

Advanced Health & Wellbeing Training

An opportunity to inform and enhance your public health skills and competencies, in order to better understand and deliver the challenging public health agenda

This course has been designed to build on and enhance existing practice in tackling health inequalities and improving health and wellbeing within the Leeds population.

The course will run for half a day, once a month, over an eight-month period and participants are expected to attend a minimum of six out of seven workshops plus the Masterclass (a demonstration of learning) to receive a completion certificate.

For further information or to fill out an expression of interest form click on the links

Advanced Health and Wellbeing Training

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